Will Other Colleges Provide On-Campus Healthcare?

More and more colleges are beefing up or beginning to provide career counseling that’s specialized to veterans . . . and that’s great. But veterans have needs that exist right here and now, including medical care. Think of the unique medical ...

Veterans Court

Having a two decades’ long attorney on our editorial board here at GI Money, we understand the importance of having specialized courts to handle different types of criminal cases. The 8th Judicial Circuit, Florida, is in the process of creating ...

Military Families Continue to Face Financial Stress

Blue Star Families Survey Shows Positive Financial Behaviors, but challenges remain as financial stress lingers. This recent survey of military families found that nearly two-thirds – 65 percent – of respondents experience stress related to ...

PTSD: The Battle for Peace of Mind

Whoever said “war is hell” never really considered the ramifications of peacetime. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a known problem, one that has affected countless individuals coming back from the harrows and horrors of war.

A Proper Exit, Iraq

Infantryman returns to Iraq for closure during Operation Proper Exit BAGHDAD – Retired Pvt. Joshua Joseph, a former infantryman with the 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment, 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, and native of Indianapolis, ...